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Cu-Sn binary metal particle generation by spray pyrolysis
Cu-Sn binary particles were generated via spray pyrolysis from metal salt precursors with ethylene glycol as the co-solvent and reducing agent. The morphology, crystallinity, and elemental distribution of particles were tunable by changing the reaction temperature, residence time, and quench gas flow rate. Hollow porous particles were fabricated with a higher Sn concentration on the particle surface when the furnace set point was 500°C, while solid particles with a lower surface Sndoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4286486 fatcat:rj3bgdjjdbhyldpvnz7gyhfr74